Kelly Klein Captures The Women Of Honor World Championship At Ring Of Honor 'Final Battle'

Kelly has captured the title!

Ring Of Honor 'Final Battle' is live in New York from the Hammerstein Ballroom and there have been three matches that have brought the crowd to their feet thus far. The first bout was Kenny King defeating Eli Isom and that was followed by Jeff Cobb and Adam "Hangman" Page sprinting for the ROH World Television Title. The next bout on the card was the Four Corner Survival Match for the Women Of Honor World Championship.

The champion Sumie Sakai who has been holding the title since Supercard Of Honor XII defended her title against Madison Rayne, Kelly Klein and Karen Q. These four stars went to battle at 'Final Battle' and Kelly Klein came out of the gate strong as she eliminated Karen Q from the bout first. Klein then used her awareness when Sumie Sakai put Madison Rayne down with her finishing maneuver and Kelly tossed Sumie out of the ring and added another elimination to her belt.

It came down to the rematch from the Women Of Honor Championship match from Supercard Of Honor XII. Towards the end of their exchange, it was Kelly Klein hitting her "K-Power" finishing maneuver from a standing position and from the top rope to put Sumie away to capture the Women Of Honor World Championship.

To catch up on all the action that has gone done so far at 'Final Battle', head over to Fightful's live coverage article.

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